Sep 10 - 27 2020
Community Cider Project and Fruit Mapping

Community Cider Project and Fruit Mapping

Presented by Friends of the Farms at Johnson Farm

Local farmer and ciderist Michael Chick of St. Lô Cider will turn your overabundance into a fresh, hyper-local cider made from Bainbridge Island apples. A portion of the proceeds will go directly to Friends of the Farm’s new Young Farmer’s Advisory Committee, a connection that will help support and encourage the next generation of farming on Bainbridge.

Don’t have an apple tree but still want to help? Looking for a safe way to give back to your community that’s fun and all-ages? Check in with your neighbors & local businesses and see if they’d mind you gleaning from their trees! Or, head to Johnson Farm, and gather from the publicly-owned apple orchard… if you can beat the deer of course.


How this works
Gather your apples (cardboard boxes are best). For cider -- crabapples, small hard apples and juicy tart apples are great.  We'll take them all!

✓ Mark the boxes with your full name and either email or phone number (So we know who to thank).

No-contact apple drop-off:  
September 10 – 13th and September 24 - 27th at Johnson Farm. Drop them off any time; we’ll come grab ‘em!   Here is a Map to Johnson Farm for the drop off location. Leave your boxes of apples under the white tent adjacent the green barn in the gravel parking area.

No-contact apple pickup:
September 10th – 13th
and again on September 24 - 27th

Text your address to 206-452-9754 and place your apples at the end of your driveway.  One of our volunteers will pick them up.

Dates & Times

2020/09/10 - 2020/09/27

Location Info

Johnson Farm

Fletcher Bay Rd NE & NE Twin Ponds Rd, Bainbridge Island, WA 98110